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trucks coming. i could tell it was big. >> i heard firecrackers going off in the back there. i looked and didn't hear nothing. five minutes later that was it. >> the hertz manager found a firecracker at the scene. firefighters sprayed down the charred cars to make sure they did not reignite. >>> now to the weather and the heat we had today. leigh glaser is here with some record temperatures. leigh? >> actually we had just one record and that was in salinas. the high you can see of 84 degrees actually surpassed a record of 82 degrees. check out some of these highs today. 100 in antioch. concord reached 100 degrees. livermore 101. brentwood, you reached 102. san ramon reported 105. san francisco 81 degrees today. and napa today 97 degrees. now, let me go ahead and show you what happened today. more of a northerly wind component bringing us the offshore winds. the fog being pushed off the coast and that's why the coastal communities were in the 70s today. as you just saw, the high heat inland well over 100 degrees. tonight though it does look like the low clouds and the fog off the coast
. -- 53-hour closure. >>> and the bay area has its own closure, although it is not nearly as big. highway 1 between lake street and the golden gate bridge will be closed in both directions from 8:00 p.m. saturday night through 11:00 a.m. sunday morning. the closure will allow crews to shift traffic to a new bridge. detour signs will be up to help you get around that construction area. >>> residents returned to their homes in one san mateo area after the search for a potentially armed suspect came up empty. they sealed off part of echo avenue for more than two hours tonight. the trouble started when a man suffered what appeared to be a stabbing or a slashing wound to his hand around 6:30. officers searched a home but did not find the suspect. >>> 22 san jose firefighters have been reinstated with money from the federal grant. this group of firefighters came back to the job in an official welcoming ceremony today. in all 47 firefighters were laid off last year, but the other 27 have found other jobs. their positions will be filled by new hires. but the joy did not extend to residents of the
and sunny skies brought people outdoors in big numbers. the temperatures reached the mid-nineties throughout parts of the bay area. san francisco's washington square park was busy in the middle of the day as a lot of folks started their long weekend early. >> get outside on the 4th of july weekend and get a little reading outside. the san francisco fog was gone for the time being. >>> sandhya patel is here now with a look at what you can expect. >> inland areas will be baking. looking at saturday's highs, higher than today. 96 in santee yok and 95 for -- in antioch. it will be hot in the north bay as well. low 90s for santa rosa, napa. san jose, 90 degrees. bayside communities, pretty warm in the 80s. oakland 83 and fremont 87. palo alto, 86. if you do not like the heat, the only place to escape it would be right near the coast. 76 in san francisco. 68 in half moon bay. the temperatures will rise some more as we head into sunday. we are talking about triple digits showing up. we'll be back with a look at your forecast coming up. dan? >>> it may be harder to find fireworks this 4th of july, b
to some day meet the woman she saved. >> i would probably give her a big hug. i would just say that i'm sorry that it took so long, and i'm glad that her and her kids are okay. >> i can't imagine being beaten to death. and you you can't imagine being kidnapped and raped. it is just -- you just do what you have to do. to survive. >> she's amazing. she's been behind the scenes for so long healing, and there has been speculation as to how she is doing and we only heard bits and pieces of jaycee, and to finally get a glimpse of her personality. >> officer jacobs has gotten a phone call from jaycee dugard's mother says not a day goes by that the family doesn't thank them for what they did. abc7 news. >> thank you, john. >>> in antioch, there there was high interest in tonight's interview where the garridos kept dugard captive for 18 years in their backyard. lilian kim is live with reaction there. lilian? >> alan, many people here in antioch made sure they watched the interview. we are in front of cheers, a bar not far from the garrido's former home. customers watched the interview from sta
supporters her husband marcus has been the key to her 33 years of happy marriage. >> i have a very big advantage because marcus has his p hd in counseling and he's a marriage counselor. >>reporter: dr. box map brand of counseling highly controversial and could become a campaign issue. >> here's my husband dr. marcus bachmann. >>reporter: operating out of municipal app police he rns a christian counseling firm co-owned with his wife at take place according to former patients has tried to convert gay men into heterosexuals through prayer. >> if his path for my therapy would be to pl read the bible. pray that god i would no longer be gaishtion andrew of minneapolis was 17 when the family sent him to bachmann and associates where he says a counselor working for bachmann tried unsuccessfully to save him from his sen. >> good would forgive me if i was straight. >>reporter: dr. become man described homosexual as bar bayern denied as false statement 5 years ago reports his clinic tries to than covert guys men to straight. but upped cover video shot just last month inside the building by a
quality management district is expecting unhealthy conditions. so if you have big fourth of july plans, prepare for the heat. meteorologist leigh glaser is here. >> leigh: a westerly wind today and a little fog kept temperatures near the coast and the bay relatively mild. check out the highs inland. 98 in livermore. 95 in concord. san francisco, cool, 66. half moon bay, a touch of fog there today, 66. we had 98 in gilroy. a heat advisory has already been issued for tomorrow. mainly interior valley areas. in the north as well as east bay locations. this begins at noon until 9:00 tomorrow night. the reason why is because we're going to get into more of thers north-northeasterly winds and going to mean warmer temperatures for all of us tomorrow, but interior valley locations temperatures will climb as high as 104 degrees. so that is why that heat advisory has been put in place. we'll check out some details, selected cities, in terms of highs tomorrow in the a bit. >> john: police on the scene of a shooting near the intersection of loma verde drive in san jose. police found two dozen shell
a died last week. the psychologist was thrown from a shuttle bus after it collided with a big rig. three other passengers ended up in the hospital. now, the law does not require seatbelts on that type of vehicle. ucsf hopes to have belts installed in the entire fleet by the end of next month. >>> the fbi is looking for a man they say kidnapped his own mother, and they believe he may be hiding in the bay area. the fbi says 55-year-old marshall goldberg took his 85-year-old mother from her home in ashland, oregon. the mother suffers from alzheimer's and is unable to care for herself. she was living with another sun at the time of her disappearance. >> president obama signaled that he -- >>> president obama said he would back a short-term deal to keep the government from defaulting come august 2nd. but only if a larger plan to reduce america's debt was in the works. the president met with both leaders -- rather the leaders from both parties. the democratic majority pledges it hillary jekt the bill that pass -- that will reject the bill. it will call for lower taxes and a balanced budget ame
was on the top deck and heard some noise and saw the big wave coming and ran down to the cabin and woke everybody up. and by the time everybody came out they were already in 9 feet of water. >> reporter: the lee and lion families set up a home based phone bank and networking center. they are desperate for any one with information to help with the search. they say they are getting conflicting information through official channels. >> we keep getting conflicting reports and co conflicting information and when we get the good news it's great and when we get the bad news we prepare but it has been a rollercoaster. >> reporter: yi says he has a meeting tomorrow with the mexican consultate to firm up search agreements and commitments. in the newsroom, heather ishimaru, abc 7 news. >>> in east palo alto tonight, the chief of police is asking for help from a very specific community. help he says he needs to fulfill a promise to break the backs of two gangs in his city. lisa amin gulezian has the story. >> my brother's group, you know. >> reporter: would you have ever told on them? >> no. >> reporter: thi
a time lapse from our camera. yes, it is warming up, and it is going to warm up in a big way. as you look at this time lapse here, this is what it looked like this afternoon. the fog just hovered most of the afternoon, and as a result, it was cooler at the coastline today, but the inland areas continue -- continued to come up. it was in the low 70s. we have 60s across much of the bay area along the coastline though the temperatures are in the 50s. here are the highlights. patchy coastal fog. a big warm up for tomorrow. and we are looking at a cooling trend at the end of the week. so today's warm up is just a taste of what's coming tomorrow. looking at the satellite and the radar, an area of low pressure that is keeping us in the cooler than normal mode is exiting. so the higher pressure takes control of our weather. it is going to be much warmer tomorrow. here is what's going to happen. the wind flow around the area of high pressure is bringing the wind out of the northwest. we are already seeing signs of the northwesterly winds in the form of the fog getting blown away literally cleared
. in san francisco hundreds gathered at civic center plaza to watch it on the big screen. team usa fans were disappointed, but they were also happy for japan. >> it is not a u.s. game without drama, that's for sure. and it was dramatic, but japan deserved it. u.s., we'll get them next year. >> they kept on coming back, so i wasn't worried at all. >> colin rush will have more highlights from today's match coming up in sports. and president obama also got into the world cup spirit today. he watched the match from his -- with his family, but his main focus has been that clock ticking down to the deadline in washington. abc's david curly is listening to the american taxpayers, and the obama administration says an agreement is possible. >> leaving church with his family, president obama gave a shoutout to the women's soccer team, but he is also rooting for the resurrection of the big deal. and they say it is possible. >> i think there is still time to get something big done. the president has made it clear he wants to do something substantial. >> but they say the president and the speaker, j
's outside with the big screen. it really is a cool idea. >> its mini reunion, as well. we get to see guys like you and other teammates. it's great. >> it's pretty good. see some of the guys we haven't seen for years? >> it's awesome. >> great event. fans loved it and to bond with my former teammates and we enjoyed seeing each other. it was amazing watching the game yesterday. seemed like yesterday but 30 years ago. all right, are you ready for football? looks like we are step closer to the walkout being lifted next week. the executive board is to vote on monday and recommend accepting the collective bargaining agreement. players didn't have are going to reported as early as wednesday and recertifying. a lot of details will have to be worked out. next weekend the niners will have to decide to to what to do with several free agents. >> there is something special but i can't talk. i can't talk to trent, even though you want to talk to them but it's a process we have to go through. until the process runs the course we have to sit back and wait. >> i think it's going happen and we're going to
. the filing deadline is august 12th. >>> five sunnyvale families are one big step closer to becoming first time homeowners. tonight their names were drawn in sunnyvale's below market value lottery program. 19 families applied for the chance to buy one of five homes valued at close to $1 million each. but because of this program they can get the homes at nearly half that price. the program has been around since the 1980s, but this is the first time there has been so much interest that the city had to do the lottery. >> quite a ticket. >>> up next, investors are losing faith. how the debt crisis is having a big impact on the stock market. >> and the rebellion by airline passengers who say their pockets are being picked. >> and the shelter that has rescued so many animals is -- has now rescued itself. and then late other "nightline." >> carolyn and dan, coming up, celebrity moms inc. we look at how some hollywood moms have turned babies and fame into a business model. plus a hospital for exotic pets where laid up lizards and unhappy hedge hogs can go to get better. get better. 8x8x8x8x8x8x8x8
. a struggle that has gone on for two decades is finally coming to an end. >> and a big setback for the north bay's so-called smart train. all of that is coming up. and then late other "nightline." >> dan and carolyn, coming up next on "nightline," the latest on the terror attack in norway. the massive downtown bombing and summer camp gunfire attack that appears to be coordinated. and we are under the national heat dome scorching across much of the country. we will have the latest [ female announcer ] at jcpenney, we're giving you a big thank you this friday and saturday with the simplest way to save extra! just use your jcpenney rewards credit card to save an extra 20% on everything storewide! no exclusions! save an extra 20% on styles for her, brandsor him, and clothes for kids. plus get an extra 20% off shoes, too! no jcpenney card? we'll still thank you with an extra 15% off! the savings are that simple! go to jcp.com to see everything on sale. we make style affordable. you make it yours. jcpenney. >> closed captioning brought to >> closed captioning brought to >>> the house speaker storm
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swept away by waves in hawaii. he was climbing on a rocky cliff on the big island when a wave knocked him into the ocean. his body was found about a hundred yards out at sea. less than 24 hours earlier david pots of san francisco died when a wave washed him into a blow hole like this one on maui. he apparently ignored signs warning people to stay back and away from that area. witnesses say he was dancing around the blow hole shortly before he fell in. >>> family and friends said goodbye to a local man who died when a charter fishing boat sank in the sea of cortez. 63-year-old leslie ye is the only confirmed death from the 4th of july weekend tragedy. several aboard the ship are missing. ye worked as a delivery truck driver for the san francisco chronicle. his family convinced him to take a fishing trip with his group of friends. some attended ye's memorial today. >> every one of the survivors it could have been any one of the services. if you understand how fast this event happened and with no notifi
especially right in our building because it's a hospital it's pretty big so it could have landed anywhere but we are kind of lucky we weren't there. >>reporter: this is closer look of the plane. i did speak with the fire chief short time ago and he told me the 2 people inside the plane died. back here live now you are looking at live pictures of the plane that is still inside of the building. no one on the ground or the clinic was hurt. hospital was also not impacted by this. no patients were evacuated and no care was interrupted. investigators still say that they will not release the identity of the victims at this time. live in watsonville, lisa abc 7 news. >> thank you lisa gentleman for the first time j.c. dugard speaks publicly about the 18 years she spent in prison in secret back yard compound near antioch. philip and nancy both now in prison and j.c. starting a new life. diane sawyer has the exclusive interview and tonight jonathan has a preview for you. >> you just do what you have to do. to survive. >>reporter: in an interview with diane sawyer j.c. speaks publicly fo
on the jumbo screens. >> and the women's game is really boosting interest. >> a big crowd out there tomorrow. >> there will be a lot of people out there tomorrow morning. tonight brian wilson turns in a funny and effective allstar game appearance. the panda and the beard both making their presence felt in the midsummer classic. sports coming up next. beth! hi. looking good! you've lost some weight. thanks! you noticed! you know these clothes are too big now, so i'm donating them. nogoing back the again. good for you! how'd you do i eating right, whole grain. whole grain? whole grain. [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't... multigrain cheerios has five whole grains and 110 lightly sweetened calories per serving... more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios. [ male announcer ] nature is unique... ...authentic... ...pure... and also delicious. ♪ like nature valley. granola bars made with crunchy oats and pure honey. because natural is not only good, it also tastes good. nature valley -- 100% natural. 100% delicious. if the giants can
president obama is hopeful. >> we are making progress. >>reporter: holding out for big deal but 4 trillion dollars in spending cuts. >> president still believes we should push for the biggest possible deal. >>reporter: republicans and democrats agree on one thing. they will keep negotiating to meet the august 2nd deadline. >> we are going to stay in session every day. >> every day monday through sunday and p.m. get this problem fixed. >>reporter: promise the market seemed to be believing less and less. >> there is a plan nobody first choice called plan b. it would allow the president to raise the debt ceiling by himself. because it doesn't come with spending cut wall street might not buy it. this is abc news washington. >>> whistle blower who exposed the british phone hacking scandal has been found dead. police say the death of former news of the world reporter shawn ordinary doesn't appear to be suspicious. scandal first broke when he went public with alleges that phone hacking was widely used even encouraged at the now defunct news of the world tabloid. second top police officer sc
. >> coming up next. big plans for this abandoned south bay field. >> how the biggest employer in san jose has been forced to make a change of ccccccccccccccci >> we want to share your personal stories on how the economic downturn has changed your life. you can record it on your cell phone or digital camera and then up load to it you report so that we can tell your story here on abc 7 news. >>> cisco systems wants to and the expansion plans in north san jose. that's according to the silicon valley business journal. cisco the city largest employer, wants out of an agreement to develop more than 1 million square feet. the company developed about a third of the site but never moved in. city council will vote on this request next week. develop easters of the fruit dale station apartment community in san jose say they are ready to ex pan. next step is to add 80 rental units to the tight san jose rental market. it is -- is israeli company creates messaging icon for smart phone lacking for an office in mountain view. they have 4 million users. more on the headlines in tomorrow print editi
and 3 other people were injured when a big really collided with a hospital shuttle bus. it happened this morning at the intersection of octavia boulevard and oak street. dr. kevin mack died after being loan from the shuttle. he was a uc sf psychiatrist and had taught at the medical school. driver of the shuttle had minor injuries. the driver of the big rig was not hurt. >>> the map accused of stealing a picasso from union square art gallery appears to have quite an art habit. mark is expected in court tomorrow for the july 5th heist from the wine stein gallery after argue him for that theft, police raided his new jersey home and found 500,000 dollars worth of stolen artwork there. hanging on a wall in the apartment this picasso drawing worth 350,000 dollars. it was reported stolen from new york hotel along with 6 other pieces also found in the apartment. >> more to bring you tonight coming up next. so many homecoming from the war in afghanistan for fallen soldier from san jose. >> and zip go through airport security. wish you co-government new trusted traveler program. and
tied up at the dock tomorrow. >> and tiny pest. big problem. growing bed bug infestation in the bay area. 7 news begins in growing bed bug infestation in the bay area. 7 news begins in 60 seconds. //////////// >> getting across the bay just got more challenging for commuters. good evening i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn johnson. golden gate ferry service cancelled for tomorrow because of threatened one day strike by the ticket seller union. we are live at the larkspur ferry terminal with what all this means for commuters. >>reporter: well, for those who know about it, it means they have to stay home. drive. or take a bus. for anyone who arrives at for ri terminal tomorrow morning unaware the district will be doing sweep, occasional sweep through the terminal and shuttling people to the golden gate bridge bus stop and from there they have to make their way. what it means for l commuters beyond that saturday sunday next week well that's a little unclear. 16 ticket agent at the larkspur ferry terminal embarcadero and on the sausolito ferry are due to be replaced with
amin gulezian reports on those who perished and the investigation now underway. >> it was like by big brother, looking out for me. >> john can't believe his brother is dead. he and his wife and sons were on their way to northern california to meet john and the rest of the family when they crashed. this little boy laid flowers at the crash scene tonight. this is video taken by a witness soon after the plane crashed near watsonville community hospital. the ntsb is in in charge of find outing what happened. they picked through the charred remains today. >> we looked at the man and machine and environment. when we look at the man, his pilot, his or her training, his or her experiences or experience in the aircraft type. >> david started flying a few years ago. he but the plane last year. they won't speculate on a cause on the crash but his friends have their own ideas. >> probably the airplane stalled and lost altitude. when you lose altitude on takeoff there isn't any, there isn't enough altitude to recover from the stall. >> authorities confirmed david, dede and the boys died instantly.
is next. >>> is the debt crisis averted? big moves tonight that could keep the u.s. from plunging into default. i'm john alston. it happened short time ago at a last minute stab at compromise. they made significant progress. >> it's not done yet but a source close to the negotiations tells abc news that republicans and the white house have reached a tentative framework to end the debt ceiling crisis. the deal would raise the debt ceiling by $2.8 trillion with spending cuts of roughly $1 trillion and there would be a special committee to recommend additional cuts f if they don't approve it by december automatic cutting into effect. >> i'm confident that we're going to get an agreement in the very near future. >> the clock is running down. at midnight tuesday uncle sam's credit card max's out. they seem to be closing in on deal but senate majority leader was less optimistic. >> they should know that having a than agreement in front of the television cameras doesn't make it so. >> republicans passed a $900 billion budget deal but democrats killed it in the senate. >> we don't have ti
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've lost some weight. thanks! you noticed! you know these clothes are too big now, so i'm donating them. nogoing back the again. good for you! how'd you do i eating right, whole grain. whole grain? whole grain. [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't... multigrain cheerios has five whole grains and 110 lightly sweetened calories per serving... more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios. >> closed captioning brought to >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. . >> the suspect in friday killing spree in norway today admitted carrying out the deadly rampage but entered a not guilty plea in his first court appearance. 32-year-old an dear told the court did it to save europe from muslim immigration. he claims there were 2 more cells working with him. he said he expects to spend the rest of his life in prison. today his father issued a statement saying he's ashamed and disgusted by what his son did. he says he severed all contact with him when he was 16 years old. >> meantime norwegian observed a moment of silence
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